The diaries of Lewis and Clark are filled with cantankerous laments about having to tour the wilderness by foot and the startling lack of trailside fast-food options. Equip yourself with a discoverer's eyes and a RoboCop's wheels with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $35 for a 30-minute introductory Segway tour with World Botanical Gardens and Waterfalls admission (a $70 value)
- $79 for a two-hour big island zipline adventure package with World Botanical Gardens and Waterfalls admission (a $160 value)
- $99 for both the 30-minute Segway tour and two-hour big island zipline adventure package with World Botanical Gardens and Waterfalls admission (a $217 value)
After crossing a rope bridge to reach the starting point, safety-gear-clad participants soar through trees above tropical scenery during zipline adventures, savoring bird's-eye views of waterfalls, volcanoes, and the Pacific Ocean. Back on the ground, half-hour Segway tours grant unforgettable views of untouched swaths of rainforest.
The included admission to World Botanical Garden and Waterfall allows guests to take in the abundant flora of Botanical World's gardens, with paths flanked by Cook pines and the Hanapueo Stream. Visitors can also walk to the top of Kamaee Falls and look down nearly 100 feet at its crystalline depths.
Hawaii’s lush beauty is too abundant to be experienced solely on foot, which is why Botanical World offers up-close-and-personal views of the Big Island's meticulously kept botanical gardens with services including ziplines and Segway tours. Segway riders speed past swaths of exotic plants, trees, and scenic waterfalls as they explore the garden's meandering pathways during self-guided or guide-guided tours. Elevated zipline trips, meanwhile, send guests soaring over the Hanapueo Streams falls, showing off trees’ receding hairlines as well as stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and the nearby Mauna Kea volcano.
Elsewhere in the garden, guests can explore the arboretum, which houses a sampling of Hawaii's vast array of trees, whereas the paved quarter-mile Rainbow Walk contains a cactus garden, perennial plants, and a wall of orchids. Adventurous young ones can attempt to navigate the world's second-largest permanently-planted maze, covering a space as large as a football field.